Friday, 26 July 2013

Ngoma: PM urges religious leaders to participate in Poverty reduction programs

The prime minister said this during the ceremony of inaugurating the Episcopal of Kibungo Catholic Diocese on the 20th.July 2013. He appealed to religious leaders to participate in the social and economical development of their followers. He called upon the religious leaders to create programs that support the youth to develop themselves. “The youth need vision and values both religious and Rwandan, you should play a role in ensuring the youths are safe and reliant” the PM told religious leaders. In the speech by the Christian that represented fellow believers during the inauguration of the Episcopal, he said Christians in all parishes of Kibungo Catholic Diocese are working towards self reliance through creating projects to help many. “Though believers still have limitations, we are working on projects together as a team. The priests and believers have new goals with vision to develop people for example we are almost done eradicating fibro-cement on our houses.” Dr. Damien Habumuremyi also appreciated the collaboration between religious leaders including Catholic Church and the government of Rwanda in promoting Rwandans in education and health among other things. Up to today, the Catholic Church has many primary, secondary schools, seminaries and Hospitals as well as financial institutions among many things in Kibungo Catholic Diocese not to say in all of Rwanda.


The Prime Minister Dr. Damien Habumuremyi wants the religious  leaders to do all they can to support their followers to get into projects for poverty eradication and attain self reliance.


The prime minister said this during the ceremony of inaugurating the Episcopal of Kibungo Catholic Diocese on the 20th.July 2013. He appealed to religious leaders to participate in the social and economical development of their followers.


He called upon the religious leaders to create programs that support the youth to develop themselves. “The youth need vision and values both religious and Rwandan, you should play a role in ensuring the youths are safe and reliant” the PM told religious leaders.


In the speech by the Christian that represented fellow believers during the inauguration of the Episcopal, he said Christians in all parishes of Kibungo Catholic Diocese are working towards self reliance through creating projects to help many.


“Though believers still have limitations, we are working on projects together as a team. The priests and believers have new goals with vision to develop people for example we are almost done eradicating fibro-cement on our houses.”


Dr. Damien Habumuremyi also appreciated the collaboration between religious leaders including Catholic Church and the government of Rwanda in promoting Rwandans in education and health among other things.


Up to today, the Catholic Church has many primary, secondary schools, seminaries and Hospitals as well as financial institutions among many things in Kibungo Catholic Diocese not to say in all of Rwanda.



Ngoma: PM urges religious leaders to participate in Poverty reduction programs

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